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I can hardly

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  • can hardly make ends meet — barely pays his bills each month, cannot really afford much …   English contemporary dictionary

  • I Can Hardly Wait — Infobox Film name = I Can Hardly Wait caption = director = Jules White writer =Clyde Bruckman starring = Moe Howard Larry Fine Curly Howard Al Thompson Bud Jamison Lew Davis Adele Mara cinematography = John Stumar | editing = Charles Hochberg art …   Wikipedia

  • I can't can hardly wait — I, they, etc. can t ˈwait/can hardly ˈwait idiom used when you are emphasizing that sb is very excited about sth or keen to do it • The children can t wait for Christmas to come. • I can hardly wait to see him again. Main entry: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • they can't can hardly wait — I, they, etc. can t ˈwait/can hardly ˈwait idiom used when you are emphasizing that sb is very excited about sth or keen to do it • The children can t wait for Christmas to come. • I can hardly wait to see him again. Main entry: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • someone can hardly wait — someone can’t wait/can hardly wait/ phrase used for saying someone is very excited about something that they expect will happen I can’t wait for the holidays. Marlene can hardly wait to go to the beach again. Thesaurus: feelings of pleasure and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • can't wait — (or can hardly wait) ◇ If you can t wait or can hardly wait, you are very excited about doing something or eager for something to happen or begin. The concert is tomorrow, and we can hardly wait! The children can hardly wait for summer. I can t… …   Useful english dictionary

  • can't believe your eyes/ears — ◇ If you can t believe your eyes/ears or can hardly/scarcely believe your eyes/ears, you are very surprised at or upset by what you are seeing or hearing. I could hardly believe my eyes when I saw what he was wearing. • • • Main Entry: ↑believe …   Useful english dictionary

  • can't hear yourself think — can’t hear yourself think phrase to be unable to hear because a place is very noisy It’s so noisy in many pubs these days, you can hardly hear yourself think. Thesaurus: describing loud and noisy soundssynonym Main entry: hear …   Useful english dictionary

  • hardly — hard|ly W2S2 [ˈha:dli US ˈha:rdli] adv 1.) almost not ▪ My parents divorced when I was six, and I hardly knew my father. ▪ The children were so excited they could hardly speak. ▪ I can hardly believe it. ▪ Hardly anyone (=almost no one) writes to …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • hardly — hard|ly [ hardli ] adverb *** Hardly is a negative word and is often used with words like any and ever, but it should not be used with other negative words: We hardly ever do anything interesting. Hardly comes before the main verb of a sentence,… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • hardly */*/*/ — UK [ˈhɑː(r)dlɪ] / US [ˈhɑrdlɪ] adverb Summary: Hardly is a negative word and is often used with words like any and ever , but it should not be used with other negative words: We hardly ever do anything interesting. Hardly comes before the main… …   English dictionary


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